How 'm I doin'?

When I lived in New York City in the late 1980's, Mayor Ed Koch always started his press conferences with this question.  He was the quintessential New York City mayor.  Now, I want to know, "How am I doing?", specifically, in relation to my commitment to visit every congregation of the New England Synod in the first 365 days.  

Today, I was at Redeemer in Woburn, MA attending the Camp Calumet board meeting.

Here is a list of my travels to date, in no particular order.

Pilgrim Lutheran, Warwick, RI

St. James Barrington, RI

Good Shepherd, Rutland, VT

St. Paul, Old Saybrook, CT

Christ the King, Holliston, MA

St. Luke, Gales Ferry, CT

Faith, Middletown, CT

Zion Lutheran, Portland, CT

Good Shepherd, Kingston, RI

Faith, North Andover, MA

Concordia, Manchester, CT

Trinity, Worcester, MA

Zion Lutheran, Worcester, MA

Ebenezer, Willimantic, CT

Redeemer, Foxboro, MA

Good Shepherd, Quincy, MA

plus Hammonassett and the parking lot at St. Andrew, Charlestown, RI

Tomorrow I'll be at Emmanuel, North Grosvenordale, CT as well as Emmanuel, Hartford, CT  (By the way, how come Emmanuel is spelled so many different ways?)

This week I'll be in Newington, NH for the first of our Next Step events, Bethesda in Springfield, MA, next Sunday preaching at Trinity in Chelmsford, MA, plus the Boston event on Wednesday (see below) followed by a visit with some of our chaplians at Mass General Hospital.

I'm workin' it, baby.  So, how'm I doin'?